october was a great month for fall color, meetings and mo. valley. Inside are some scenes from their regularly successful convention in Wisconsin Dells.
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RECOGNITION AND AWARDS
What exactly is culture? Consider culture your company's personality and competitive weapon.
Jax Refrigeration wins triple awards. HVAC/Mechanical company takes home local and national awards.
Scenes from the New England Ice Association convention
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The Election And Your Off Season There’s a lot we can’t bring you in this issue because of print deadlines: There’s an important election coming up. This publication isn’t political, although I did vote and I hope you did as well. One of my sons, 17 years old, was visiting his grandparents. I apologized to him on behalf of my country, telling him that this was the first election he ever was really paying attention to, and that it was the most messed up election of my lifetime. My parents, both in their 80s, explained that this was the most messed up election in THEIR lifetimes. You’re bound to have woken up not fully satisfied on November 9. I have confidence that, in the 240 years this nation has existed, we have weathered worse than this election. We’ve experienced actual wars involving national effort, actual depressions with breadlines and Grapes of Wrath, a President involved in crimes that spawn his resignation. We had an honest to goodness Civil War, or a War of Secession, however you want to put it. We’ve had slavery and purposeful genocide. No matter how unhappy you were Wednesday morning, I have every confidence that this nation can pull together and move on. In a somewhat less momentous note, we won’t be able to bring you IPIA coverage until next issue, so look for that. It’s getting into the genuinely off season for you. Your demand should be slacked off and your production down to a trickle. Some of you are in total shutdown projects, filling orders out of inventory. You’re hopefully attacking that long list of projects you drew up during the high season. I am sorry if you were in the path of Hurricane Matthew, but we did not have any reports of serious damage to ice plants or serious need for humanitarian relief. We’re interested in hearing any stories about relief efforts there. My sister in Savannah did have a tree fall on her house, but she was not there and nobody was hurt. There wasn’t even much rain damage. One thing about this business is that certain aspects of it are structurally fixed. You can’t figure out a way to make ice at a higher temperature, using less energy. You can’t figure out a way to get the same amount into a smaller package. You have to store it at the same temperature you make or even colder, so that’s going to use up some energy also. There won’t be a technical breakthrough in trucking, in packaging. There are ways you can change the way you work without investing in expensive capital equipment. Your biggest variable is labor, and you can find new ways to work as efficiently as possible on the plant floor and in the trucks. It’s so easy to plan and modify routes that you can stop driving even one extra mile for a delivery. Your out of stocks and service calls can be handled by email or text, minimizing office time. Are they? No, you’re not going to figure out a way to change the laws of physics. You can buy more efficient equipment if you want to invest. Or, you can take time now to really get a handle on these easy ways to squeeze efficiency out of your operation. You may not make an extra ton with the same energy, but you can sure package, dispatch and deliver that ton for less money. Now’s the time to get that done. Best!
Joe Cronley Guest Editor
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" I have confidence that, in the 240 years this nation has existed, we have weathered worse than this election... No matter how unhappy you were Wednesday morning, I have every confidence that this nation can pull together and move on."
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What Exactly Is Culture? Consider culture your company’s personality and a competitive weapon. By Terry McKenna, Convenience Store Coaches
You hear a lot about business culture, both good and bad – think Ritz Carlton and Enron. Think of culture as your company’s personality. It’s how you do things and how you treat people: employees, peers, suppliers and customers.
system and people. System first, people second. In terms of system, what types of processes, procedures, policies and organizational structure will be required to facilitate and support, not impede, what you want to stand for?
Everyone in the company leaves their fingerprints on the culture. Each person carries influence.
Once you’ve figured out your system, turn your focus toward people. What type of people will you need that will easily fit into and drive your culture? Great companies are ruthless at only hiring people who are a perfect fit for their culture. Hiring a misfit puts your culture at risk, which in turn puts your company/brand at risk.
Culture carries a huge influence. Culture eats strategy for breakfast. Culture may be a so-called “soft issue,” but it can play hardball with your company’s bottom line. Defining Your Culture When thinking about culture, the first thing you need to ask yourself is, “What do I want my company/ brand to stand for in the eyes of my customers and the community I serve?” Is it customer service, low prices, great appearance, store design, product variety, foodservice, eye-catching landscaping, community involvement, etc.? What’s it going to be? Think long and hard about this. All great brands stand for something; not everything, something – one thing! Once you’ve figured out what it is you want your company to stand for, the next thing to think about is
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Hard vs. Soft Culture Components In terms of hard culture components, think of things like speed, agility, adaptable, innovation, operating efficiency, low cost structure, high employee engagement and productivity, customer focus and strategy development. Great cultures are organized for high performance. Great performance doesn’t happen by accident; great performance is achieved through deliberate and thoughtful design. People are the soft side of culture. If you want to stand for customer service, then hiring friendly, outgoing, helpful people is a must. Apple hires people with great passion, because they believe that great success is the product of great passion.
Regardless of what you’re hiring for, employees need to be team players, willing to learn, grow and develop in their job assignments, and fully engaged in their work. Training is a great way to communicate and promote your company culture, particularly onboarding training. Infusing your company’s culture into your new hires’ DNA right from the start is how you get them performing to your standards and expectations; your culture.
and reinforce those behaviors when you see them happening Bottom line: Carefully measure your company’s culture and celebrate it constantly. Terry McKenna is principal and co-founder of Convenience Store Coaches Inc. and Employee Performance Strategies Inc., where he helps convenience retailers achieve greater financial results by optimizing their workforce. McKenna can be reached at (910) 458-5227 or firstname.lastname@example.org. He also maintains a blog at www.terrymckenna.typepad.com.
As important as training and skill development are to driving your culture, the example the leaders in your company set is more important. Your company’s leaders, through their behaviors, must be the walking, breathing and living testimony of your culture; they must completely embody your culture. Why so much emphasis on your leaders behaviors? Because seeing is believing! People will listen to words first, then look for supporting behaviors. If the behaviors don’t match the words, cynicism creeps into your company, trust becomes an issue, and the foundation of your culture starts to crack.
Culture Drivers In addition to training and the onboarding process, initiatives like recognition, rewards, fun and celebrations are key activities that drive culture and communicate what’s important and expected. Fun activities after work hours bonds people closer together as a team, and provides opportunity to share insights and ideas. Celebrations, as simple as pizza for lunch, communicates and reinforces desired performance and behaviors. Fun and celebrations don’t detract from work, they enhance it. The best way to see more of the behaviors and performance you desire is to recognize November 2016 │ REFRIGERATION Magazine 7
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Visiting the Lakemont area of North Georgia, I came across this Leer merchandiser at Hall’s Boat House. It’s always a welcome sight, the ice merchandiser, when traveling. It makes a nice stop, to get out and take a photo of something I’ve known all my life!
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Recognition and Awards
JAX REFRIGERATION WINS TRIPLE AWARDS HVAC/Mechanical Company takes home local and national honors
On the heels of being named one of the Top 50 FastestGrowing Companies by the Jacksonville Business Journal, JAX Refrigeration was honored with two Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC) National Excellence in Construction Awards. The awards ceremony was recently held at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront. JAX Refrigeration received a Pyramid Award for the construction of its company headquarters in Jacksonville Beach, including the integration of its own unique, high-tech, three-pronged HVAC system. JAX Refrigeration also provided the ammonia and Freon refrigeration systems for Greencore, a Whiting-Turner Contracting food processing facility project in Rhode Island. Its work on this project received the highest Excellence In Construction honor, the Eagle Award. The ABC Excellence In Construction Awards honor the skill and creativity of the entire team – contractor, owner, architect and engineer – responsible for an outstanding merit shop construction project. The two 2016 awards mark a total of three Excellence In Construction awards for JAX Refrigeration. In 2015, JAX Refrigeration won an Eagle Award for its CXP Data Center project under the “Mechanical Commercial Project Under $2M” category. JAX Refrigeration President Mark Lowery said the awards are a product of the company’s excellent customers and employees. “It is humbling to be recognized for these honors,” said Lowery. “They represent the successful effort of each one of our employees and the positive relationships they foster with our clients, partners and peers. We are grateful to have such a wonderful team.” The Greencore project, which won the Eagle Award for the “Mechanical: Industrial – Less than $10M” category, is a 100,000-square-foot ready-to-eat food processing facility. JAX Refrigeration’s scope of work included seven hygienic rooftop make-up air handling units, 27 ammonia ceiling hung evaporators, a new ammonia engine room and four split system Freon units for freezer space. Part of the award consideration involved JAX Refrigeration’s ability to overcome the challenge of Rhode Island’s requirement of an additional Refrigeration Journeyman License for all onsite workers. JAX Refrigeration received the Pyramid Award for the construction of its own 7,000-squarefoot, $1.8 million headquarters, which was completed in October 2015. The two-story building showcases craftsmanship from the JAX
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Mechanical fabrication shop and three different cooling systems: a typical RTU, a VRF system and a central system utilizing VAVs. The systems were integrated with an innovative, high-tech control system that allows JAX Refrigeration to service, troubleshoot and monitor the equipment through remote access.
CHARITABLE COMMITMENT In addition to JAX Refrigeration’s commitment to excellence in construction, the company has been committed to supporting national and local charities since its incorporation. It created the JAXCares Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit, to distribute monies in support of other nonprofits such as Dreams Come True and Do It For The Love. In the past year, JAXCares has contributed more than $70,000 to Jacksonvillearea nonprofits and JAX Refrigeration employees have committed approximately 150 volunteer work hours. For more information on JAXCares, please visit jaxrefrigeration.com/company/jaxcares.
ABOUT JAX REFRIGERATION JAX Refrigeration, Inc. specializes in the engineering, design, installation and maintenance of industrial and commercial refrigeration, commercial HVAC and mechanical systems. The JAX Refrigeration, Inc. family of companies has five divisions: JAX Refrigeration, JAX Mechanical, MEAS Engineering, JAXCool and RHVACS as well as the 501c3 charitable arm JAXCares. JAX Refrigeration’s fabrication shop and main headquarters is located in Jacksonville Beach, Fla. with additional offices in Dallas, Texas. For more information on JAX Refrigeration, Inc., please visit www.jaxrefrigeration.com.
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Scenes from the New England Ice Association Convention October 23-26 saw business meetings, a pub crawl, and a tour of the U.S. Naval Academy, for those in attendance at the New England Ice Association Convention in Annapolis, MD.
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Mo. Valley Meets In Wisconsin Dells
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An outstanding venue, and gorgeous fall weather, brought many icemen and suppliers together for some informative and enjoyable days in Wisconsin. Supplier time, general meeting sessions, Chris Dunn on Food Safety Modernization Act and Karl Katuin (Leer) on Freon, shared updates and info.
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or those who were not in attendance at the Wisconsin Dells annual meeting, it was decided by the membership to change the size of the Board of Directors and the terms the Directors would have. The Board went from four Officers and ten Directors, with the Directors serving five-year terms to four Officers and eight Directors serving four-year terms. The positions of Supplier Representative and Immediate Past President were not involved in the change nor was the system of replacing two Directors per year on a rotating basis.
It is easy to sit back and not get too involved. The arguments are plentiful: the industry is shrinking; you’ve heard it all before; it’s too expensive; you’ve had a busy summer and have catch up work to do; it’s your family time; etc. But the fact remains, this is our livelihood, and if nothing else, the reasons you may give yourself for not attending, don’t always justify the good that your presence and input may have on your association. Plan to attend at least one meeting a year to keep your wheels turning, make new friends and share your ideas and experiences with others That’s what has kept us a solid industry for a century or more, and that’s what has kept Refrigeration Magazine in publication for 110 years!
Help Needed For A Mo. Valley Member Those who were at the convention in Wisconsin Dells heard about the terrible tragedy that has befallen the Hans family. For those who maybe cannot quite place the name, Jason Hans was a long time plant manager, friend and MO Valley Board member. His wife recently died, suddenly, leaving him to try to heal while still needing to raise two kids. Tim Counsell, the past co-owner of Mr. Ice Company is attempting to help out a little and I offered to forward this for him. Please, if you have anything you would care to donate to the auction or if you would just like to send a check either contact Tim or call Krista, at 262-424-0510. Checks should be made out to "Jason Hans family Benefit.”
The next meeting for the Mo. Valley will be March 25-29, 2017 (in conjunction with the Great Lakes Ice Association) at the Atheneum Hotel, Detroit, MI.
Listed below are the Mo. Valley officers and directors. These are the people to contact with any comments, problems, complaints or suggestions. If you would be interested in becoming a Board member please contact Immediate Past President Bob Moelter, current head of the Nominating Committee and with an expressed desire for capable people.
MISSOURI VALLEY ICE MANUFACTURER’S ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS & OFFICERS NAME
Oklahoma City, OK
J & K Delta Ice
W. Memphis, AR
St. Peters, MO
Director (2015 – 2020)
Home City Ice
Director (2015 – 2020)
Director (2014 – 2019)
U.S. Ice Corporation
Director (2014 – 2019)
Arctic Ice LLC
Director (2013 – 2018)
Hilke’s Ice Co.
Director (2013 – 2018)
Berry’s Arctic Ice
Director (2012 – 2017)
Tyler’s Super Quality Ice
Director (2012 – 2017)
New Lisbon, WI
American Ice Co.
Eau claire, WI
OFFICERS 2015 – 2016
SUPPLIER REPRESENTATIVE Charlotte Maginnis
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT Bob Moelter
Immediate Past President
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TOUR OF LEER INC. Pictured here and on page 21 are scenes from the most enjoyable Leer Plant Tour, lunch and ice bag throwing competition. A little bit on Leer: throughout history, this company has pioneered virtually every new technology in the ice industry, including introducing the first ever merchandiser in 1952. Customers know Leer by its snowcapped ice decals. The Leer state-ofthe-art manufacturing facility featured employee-owners in assembly with fully automated equipment, to produce each ice merchandiser under the highest quality control standards.
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Capacity Table Water temperature
Note : - Ice capacity base on 10% blow down - Ice capacity is in US. Ton/24 hrs. ( 1 US ton = 0.907 metric ton) - PK-15FU use industrial open-type compressor, PK-10FU use semi-hermatic compressor.
Standard Ice Size Tube Size (mm.) Ice Size (mm.)
Remark : Dimension of tube size and ice size are outside diameter.
Model : PK-10FU
Stainless steel casing frame
Speacial cutter for crushed ice
Ice bin with screw conveyor
or Cooling tower
ASME U-stamp certificate
UL standard control panel
Q u a l i t y w i t h S e r vi ce
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Plan for the Western Ice Association's
Unplug, Relax and Recharge in Charming San Luis Obispo!
ocated on California’s beautiful Central Coast – half way between Los Angeles and San Francisco on Highway 101 – the quaint city of San Luis Obispo (pronounced “San LOUIS o-BIS-po,” or simply “SLO”) is nestled between the scenic Coast Range and sparkling Pacific Ocean in the heart of the Central Coast Wine Country. This is Tony Horzen’s convention and home turf, and he’s excited to welcome WIA members to experience a taste of “The SLO Life” in March. Whether you come to San Luis Obispo by car, plane, or train, the scenery on the way is equally unforgettable. From wide open spaces and rolling hills dotted with oak trees, grazing cattle and vineyards, to breath-taking ocean views along the Central Coast’s pristine 80-mile coastline, you can feel the stress of life and work melt away with each mile. Once you arrive, San Luis Obispo’s casual ambiance and serene setting offers
a perfect place to “unplug” and relax, reconnect with old friends (and maybe even yourself), and refresh your perspective.
Come find your new “Happy Place!” Named “The Happiest City in America” by National Geographic – along with numerous other “Best of” accolades such as healthiest, most romantic, best college town, and best place to retire – San Luis Obispo is famous for its friendly people, small-town charm, healthoriented mind-set and quaint, vibrant Downtown where tree-lined, pedestrian-friendly streets encourage casual strolls and frequent stops to explore the many boutique shops, artisan restaurants, sidewalk cafés, pubs and art galleries. (Even Oprah Winfrey agrees, and sent TV correspondent Jenny McCarthy to find out what makes San Luis Obispan’s so “happy”. Check out the video from the Oprah’s show.) An
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outdoor enthusiast’s and wine lover’s paradise, San Luis Obispo County offers great weather (averaging 315 sunny days a year), unlimited outdoor recreation options, over 200 wineries, a focus on fresh air and “farm to fork” cuisine, and a laid-back yet active lifestyle that locals proudly call “The SLO Life.”
From Ice Business to Chilled Beer – 2017 Convention highlights “on tap:” We’re planning a healthy balance of work and play at this Convention. In addition to two business meetings, interesting motivational and industry speakers, and opportunities to talk face-to-face with suppliers, we’ve line up a variety of fun activities that will allow for relaxed socializing and networking, and even some optional exercise!
Activities include: •A scenic walk on the Bob Jones “City to Sea” Trail (optional on Thursday.) • Welcome Reception with Wine Tasting – Pouring by award-winning local wineries. • Firestone Walker Brewery Tour – Private tour, hosted lunch, and talk by the owners of this highly successful Central Coast-based business on “Building Your Brand.” • Central Coast “Beach Party” – A casual “bon fire” bash with socializing, music and “s’mores.” • Chairman’s Event: “The Great Downtown SLO Pub Crawl” – An afternoon sampling craft beers with WIA friends at several popular Downtown San Luis Obispo pubs. • Evening Final Reception – Wrap up the convention in style at the Cliffs Resort.
Hotel Accommodations: Luxury with a View. Our host hotel for the 2017 Convention will be The Cliffs Resort in Pismo Beach – perched high on a bluff above the Pacific Ocean’s edge (and their own sandy beach) – just 10 scenic minutes from Downtown San Luis Obispo. Fresh from a recent hotel and restaurant renovation, the full-service, family-friendly, oceanfront resort features firstclass amenities and an exceptional guest experience. •G uest rooms and suites: A perfect fusion of coastal elegance and “California Cool” with private balconies or patios, Italian marble baths, HD flat screen TVs, highspeed Internet and comfortable workstations – each with breathtaking ocean, coastal, or mountain views. • Heated oceanfront swimming pool, 24-hour fitness center, on-site sauna and spa services. • Complimentary shuttle service to and from San Luis Obispo Regional Airport (SBP) and 2 local Amtrak stations.
If you are coming from the north (i.e. San Francisco), you can also take scenic Highway 1 – designated an American Scenic Byway – for a breath-taking drive through the Big Sur region and along 85-miles of pristine California coastline. (Note: Check ahead with CalTrans for current SR 1 road conditions. Also plan some extra time for stops to take in the spectacular views, and look for migrating California Gray Whales.) By Train – Amtrak serves San Luis Obispo several times a day via the Coast Starlight and Pacific Surfliner.
SLO Down and Stay a While: If your schedule allows, Tony suggests coming a few days early or staying on after the convention to explore more of what San Luis Obispo County has to offer. There’s something for everyone. Here’s a small sampling: •W ine Tasting – Sample world-class wines at over 200 wineries countywide – 31 located within minutes of downtown San Luis Obispo and our hotel in Pismo Beach. •O utdoor activities – Golfing, hiking, biking, horse-back riding, kayaking, surfing, zip-lining, bird-watching, or just a relaxing day at the beach. • San Luis Obispo’s world-famous “Thursday Night Farmer’s Market.” •H earst Castle – William Randolph Hearst’s elaborate summer home (in San Simeon). •M orro Bay – Enjoy the charm of this quaint seaside fishing town (15-minutes north of SLO).
Please mark your calendars to join Tony and fellow Western Ice Association members in San Luis Obispo from March 23 – 26, 2017. Watch for your Convention Registration Packet in the mail soon.
By Air – San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport (SBP) is served by two regional carriers, United Express (United Airlines) and US Airways (American Airlines) with direct flights from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Phoenix. (Pre-arrange free pick-up by The Cliff’s hotel courtesy van.) By Car – San Luis Obispo County is located mid-way between Los Angeles and San Francisco on U.S. Highway 101, which runs north and south through the heart of the county. From the Central Valley and Interstate Highway 5, head west to the coast on State Highways 41, 46 or 166.
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After a long busy summer, we've all had success due to our trustworthy equipment and responsive suppliers. In upgrading or changing any of your equipment out, please keep these suppliers in mind. They are the ones that support refrigeration magazine and the ice industry in general.
Advantage Route Systems
All Over Media, Inc.
Automatic Ice Systems, Inc.
St. Louis, MO
Oklahoma City, OK
Bemis Performance Packaging
Terre Haute, IN
+34 963 671 736
Cool Running Software
Olmsted Township, OH
Farley's Frigeration Garden City Community College Ammonia Refrigeration Great American Packaging
Garden City, KS
Hilex Poly, Inc.
Hitachi America, Ltd.
Ice Systems and Supplies, Inc.
Rock Hill, SC
Imaflex, USA Inc.
Colorado Springs, CO
JMC- Automation In Packaging
Keet Consulting Services
KEITH Mfg. Co.
New Lisbon, WI
Matthiesen Equipment Co.
San Antonio, TX
Millennium Flexible Packaging, Inc.
Modern Ice Equipment and Supply Company
Morris & Associates, Inc.
Norcan Flexible Packaging, Inc.
North Star Ice Equipment Corp.
JMC- Automation In Packaging
Packaging Personified, Inc.
Carol Stream, IL
Patkol Public Company Limited
(+66) 2 328 1035
Perfect Ice Incorporated
Piedmont National Corp.
Polar Temp Merchandisers
Lithia Springs, GA
Prism Visual Software Inc. Sanchez Refrigeration Equipment Sales, Inc. Sisco Products Inc.
Port Washington, NY
Palm Coast, FL
Lithia Springs, GA
SPR Packaging, LLC
Thermal Manufacturing, Inc.
TIBOPAK Emballage Inc.
Tyrol Data Systems
Missouri City, TX
Vogt Ice, LLC.
Water Vendors By Us
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Ad index/Classified ads Ad Index
American Ice Equipment Exchange, aieexchange.com............................ 25 & 27 Classified Ads....................................................................................................... 26 – 30 Ice Systems & Supplies Inc. (ISSI), issionline.com............................................ 19 & 28 Ing-Tech Corporation (ITC), itcpack.com....................................................... 11 & 26 Keet Consulting Services, LLC (KCS), kcsgis.com...................................................... 7 KEITH Walking Floor, keithwalkingfloor.com............................................................... 9 LEER, leerinc.com.......................................................................................................... 2 Matthiesen, matthiesenequipment.com................................................................... 8 Modern Ice, modernice.com........................................................................... 28 & 31
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USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE • Hamer 125 Bag Closers with Stands • Hamer 14G Ring Closer, To Include Stand and Conveyor • Hamer 310 Form, Fill, & Seal • Turbo CF8SC 5 Ton Ice Makers • Turbo CF88SC, W/C 10 Ton Ice Maker • Turbo CF88SCAR, A/C 10 Ton Ice Maker • Clinebell B-56’s, 11lb Block Makers • Clinebell CB300 300lb Block Makers • Vogt 118’s 5 Ton Ice Maker 7/8, W/C • Vogt 118 5 Ton Ice Maker 7/8, A/C • Vogt 218 7/8/, Water Cooled 10 Ton Ice Maker • Vogt 4000 4000lb 7/8 A/C Ice Maker • Morris 70 Ton Flake Ice Maker
• M atthiesen VLS, Bottom Load Bagger Belt Conveyor • Hytrol TA 21' • Belt Conveyor, Hytrol BA 10' • Belt Conveyor, Hytrol TA12' • Belt Conveyor, Hytrol 12' • 40lb Wicketed “mis-print” Ice Bags • 16lb Wicketed “misprint” Ice Bags • 5lb Wicketed Ice Bags 1/2HP drop In Refrigeration Units • Hog ring Staples (for pneumatic gun) • Magliner Ramp 28" x 13' 4" • Baltimore Aircoil CXV-184 • Vilter VSM-601 Single Screw Compressor • Type B Multi-System Control Panel • Turbo Ice Sizer • 20x14x9T Walk In Freezer • 19x30x12T Walk In Freezer
• V ogt P24AL’s 7/8 Ice Makers (2) with Refrigeration • 12" x 21'Galv Screw Conveyor • 12" x 12' Galv Screw Conveyor • 12" x 15' Galv Screw Conveyor • 12" x 10' Galv. Screw Conveyor • 9" x 20' Galv Screw Conveyor • 9" x 30' Galv Screw Conveyor • 9" x 20' SS Screw Conveyor • 10LB Ice Cans (45) 4.5" x 8" x 14"T • Clinebell B-56’s, 11lb Block Makers • Clinebell CB300 300lb Block Makers • New Jersey Bag Closer Parts • Cat Walk Platform for P34 Vogt • Ice Shaker • Matthiesen VL510 Top Load Galv. Bagger • Matthiesen Bagger Take-Off System
AND MUCH MORE!
If you have discontinued ice bags or used equipment you would like to sell PLEASE CALL. SEE OUR USED EQUIPMENT WEB PAGE AT WWW.AIEEXCHANGE.COM. Call for surplus ice! Polar Temp Equipment Mike Landino - Toll free - 1-877-376-0367 E-mail (NEW ADDRESS): email@example.com Don’t forget to call if you have a quality piece of used equipment for sale.
HARD TO FIND PARTS? Impossible to Get? CALL FRANK! If he doesn't have it and he can't get it, it can't be found! Compressors, Vilters, Eclips, MRI 90, York, Y & G Series HDI Compressors, Frick, York, Vilter ALSO
TRAILERS FOR SALE Two 1998 pup trailers – Road Ready
$7,800 each Contact
Ruben Walden at (239)936-3876 or firstname.lastname@example.org
COMPLETE 5-TON ICE PLANT FOR SALE
Large Selection of Parts for Compressors,
Casco 5-ton, 7/8" tube, R-22, 5F60 Carlyle open drive compressor, reconditioned in 2015.
New valves and oil separator.
We buy all types of used ice making &
Includes evaporator/condenser, 5-ton moving floor bin, 13ft incline galvanized auger, Perfection Ice Scoring Machine and Hamer 125.
(386) 328-1687 | (386) 325-0909 (fax) email@example.com
Many parts and manuals included. Also available, Vogt 3000, water cooled, comes with water tower; several stainless steel augers.
(276) 783-2397 More Southeast classifieds on the next page »
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SOUTHEAST (continued) USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE • Turbo Tig 33 Ice Maker, 98 model • Mycom N6WB Compressors w/125 HP motors skid mounted w/oil separators (used with Vogt P34AL ice makers) • Turbo CB38 Rake • Screw Conveyor Drive Packages for 9" and 12" conveyors (great condition) • Hammer RBC with conveyor
"NEW" KAMCO PARTS Ice Systems & Supplies Rock Hill, SC Toll free (800) 662-1273 or (803) 324-8791
• Stainless 9" and 12" screw conveyors • 21' Hytrol belt conveyor • Turbo CB87 with plastic chain and sprockets and stainless steel flights • Morris 18 ton Tube Cube Maker, R22, 2006 model complete with evap condensor 1" ice • Vogt 218, rebuilt in 2005, complete with cooling tower
MIDWEST ICE FOR SALE A Family Owned Ice Company Tube Ice 7, 10, 20, 22 lb Bags Over a million bags in stock Shipped or Picked up
WANTED Used trailer to haul frozen foods – small, only up to 12'
SNO CAP SALES, INC.
PIQCS Plus Accredited
St. Louis, MO | (636) 225-6011
Arctic Ice Inc Call Steve Camenzind
Clinebell quality, boxed and palletized.
Carving Blocks For Sale We are centrally located and ship nationwide.
The Choice is Crystal CLEAR.
Equipment For Sale S60 Block Maker Glass Doors for Merchandisers
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NORTHEAST FOR SALE
ICE FOR SALE
Arctic Temp 8000 SM 4-Ton ice machine. Very low hours, barely used. Looking for $20,000.
Vogt Mini tube ice, 8, 20 & 40 lb. bags. All ice is screened, palletized & stretch wrapped.
We deliver or you pick up. Our water is treated with ozone for sterilization. No Chlorine Added!
Martin's Ice Company
Phone (717) 733-7968 or fax (717) 733-1981 PA Merchandiser Parts for all brands at competitive prices.
USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE 1-800-543-1581
VOGT ICE FOR SALE 5, 7, 16 & 40 lb. bags. Water is lab tested for purity. Delivery or pick-up. Six generations of quality.
Ice Makers • Vogt Ice Maker - P24A • Morris Ice Maker • Vogt Ice Maker - P118
Long Island Ice & Fuel Corp.
Call (631) 727-3010
• Turbo Ice Maker – CAR120 • Turbo Ice Maker – CF40SCER • Vogt Ice Maker – P418 • Vogt Ice Maker – HE30
FOR SALE • 140 ft. York herring bone • 4 ton bridge crane • Two Tuffy upenders • Perfection block scorers • Tip tables • 14 can filler Plus other equipment
Call Gary Evans, Clayville Ice Co., Inc.
ICE CARVING TOOLS Plastic liners for clear block makers $1.18/ea Reusable drip pans – from $6.50/ea
• Kold Draft Ice Maker
Check our most recent inventory online at www.modernice.com!
Packaging • Matthiesen Heat Seal Bagger • Matthiesen Baler (3 Available) •H amer Form, Fill, and Seal Machine - 310 Handling • Matthiesen Shaker Belt with Stand • Shaker •1 2” Stainless Steel Auger (Several Lengths) •1 2” Stainless Steel Shroud Trough Cover
EQUIPMENT FOR SALE Suction Accumulator - Chil-Con, Model # AA24084, 24” x 7’ high, with boil out coil – Like new condition $6,000.00 Receiver 12’ x 30” with warming loop used with Vogt ice makerLike new condition - $6,000.00 Toshiba 125 HP Motor, Premium Efficiency Contact Kyle at Long Island Ice & Fuel Corp.
(631) 727-3010 or (516) 790-6842
Over 500 items in stock for Ice Carvers
or (440) 717-1940
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FOR SALE (1) Vogt P118 Reconditioned. Runs on R404 Freon. (1) Mini Tube Vogt, air-cooled 404 Freon
VOGT´S P24s and P34s used in any condition. only MID or LARGE ice. Ice RAKE 30 tons or less used
USED MERCHANDISERS WANTED Contact: Ice King, Ryan Maasen at (480)
CONTACT US BEFORE YOU SELL!
(1) Mid Tube Vogt, air-cooled 404 Freon
(1) Rebuilt CB P118
Vogt 6000 and Vogt 9000 Call Charlie Bolton Houston, TX
Call Charlie Bolton (Houston, TX)
FOR SALE 2005 12 Ton Kamco Bin in good condition, $5000.
WEST ICE CRUSHER/SNOW BLOWER FOR SALE Snow Blower-Tri-Pak 300lb. Block Ice Crusher/Blower on Tandem Trailer. Ford 300 Inline 6 Industrial Gas Engine, Original Owner, Well maintained, very clean, unabused machine! Will Sling Ice 70'. In Southern California.
Contact Greg LeBlanc at Orange County Ice Bridge City, TX
Will ship Anywhere!
$29,000 Call (661) 269-2093
PACIFIC ICE BUSINESS FOR SALE Successful ice manufacturing and distribution business for sale. Established in 1983, located in Eastern Wash. Owner is retiring. Enjoy life and semi-retirement in this profitable business. Sale includes buildings, land, equipment, vehicles, and rental property. Miscellaneous ice merchandisers for sale Glass and solid door.
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ICE MANUFACTURE AND SUPPLY BUSINESS FOR SALE HAWAII • Strong existing customer base • $200K Annual Sales • Vogt Ice Machines • 3-Ton Stainless Steel Auger • Feed Ice Bin • 2,500lb Storage (Walk-in Freezer) • Isuzu MPR Refrigerated Box Truck • Turn-Key
Call (808) 384-7033 for more information. $80K
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